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Anyone know why I get indentation error on this ? balance = 3329 annualInterestRate = 0.2 monthlyPaymentRate = 0.04 monthlyInterestRate = annualInterestRate/12 mmp = 310 paid = 0 m = 1 while(m <= 1): balance = balance m += 1 balance = (balance - mmp)*(1 + monthlyInterestRate) paid = mmp + paid print 'Total paid: ',round(paid,2) print 'Remaining balance: ',round(balance,2)

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Why are you indenting while loop? Bring it on the same level as balance and others.I think there is your problem.
To put another loop round
But its not there yet, that's why the error !

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im happy we found it! gl with submition!

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